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A small but vocal group of protestors marched through Miami late Friday afternoon, chanting “black lives matter” and saying they were upset about alleged police brutality.
(Source: CBS4)

Protesters Hold March Against Alleged Police Brutality In Miami

A small but vocal group of protesters marched through Miami late Friday afternoon, chanting “black lives matter” and saying they were upset about alleged police brutality.

08/28/2015

A car ended up slamming into a swimming pool at a home in southwest Miami-Dade on August 28, 2015. (Source: CBS4)

Car Crashes Into Miami-Dade Pool

A car ended up slamming into a swimming pool at a home in southwest Miami-Dade.

08/28/2015

Governor Rick Scott (Source: CBS4)

Gov. Scott Declares State Of Emergency Ahead Of Tropical Storm Erika

Florida Governor Rick Scott gave his second update of the day Friday afternoon on what the state is doing to prepare for Tropical Storm Erika and what residents should be doing.

08/28/2015

Rebar, wood, tools, and trash abound at construction sites all over South Florida. (Source: CBS4)

Construction Crews Prepare Sites for Erika

Rebar, wood, tools, and trash abound at construction sites all over South Florida.

08/28/2015

Omar Costa (Source: Broward Sheriff's Office)

Fmr. Substitute Teacher Charged In Child Porn Investigation

A teacher at a Broward County charter school has been charged with having a host of graphic child porn videos on his home computer.

08/28/2015

(Source: NOAA)

Monroe County Monitors Tropical Storm Erika

Along with the rest of South Florida, Monroe County officials are preparing for the possible impacts of Tropical Storm Erika.

08/28/2015

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Water, Gas Hot Commodities As Dade Residents Prep For TS Erika

Water is the hot item at Miami-Dade grocery stores – flying off the shelves as quickly as workers can stock it – as residents prepare for a possible tango with Tropical Storm Erika.

08/28/2015

Miami-Dade County residents are preparing for Tropical Storm Ericka's possible impact.  (Source: CBS4)

Dade Leaders Urge Locals To Prepare For TS Erika

Miami-Dade County officials are urging locals to prepare for Tropical Storm Erika’s possible impact.

08/28/2015

Sandbags meant to hold back water during storms and flooding.  (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Broward Preps For Tropical Storm Erika

As forecasts show Tropical Storm Erika possibly passing through Broward County, locals are preparing for the worst but hoping for the best.

08/28/2015

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Consumer Confidence In Florida Rises Slightly

The price is right! Or at least sort of right according to a new survey showing consumer confidence in Florida has slightly risen.

08/28/2015

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One of the Moai heads underneath the Rapa Nui Reef. His head is buried in the sand. (Howie Grapek / Grapek Photography Online)

Easter Island Sculptures Crushed As Artificial Reef Flips During Sinking

Photographer Howie Grapek was among the first group to dive the Rapa Nui Reef just minutes after she was sunk. Unfortunately the artificial reef sunk upside down. There are many hazards, but still, an amazing site to be seen.

SOBE Wine and Food Festival (Source: CBS4

Gastronomic Celebration At SOBE Wine & Food Festival

Here are pictures of some of the gastronomic delights at the 2015 SOBE Wine and Food Festival.

Another Snowstorm Hits Winter-Weary Boston Area

This Is Why We Live In South Florida

With extreme winter weather creating havoc up north, here’s a look at why we live in South Florida.

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